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Fred Savage was ‘quick to anger' while on TV show's set: report

Added 05-10-22 10:20:02pm EST - “Fred Savage is accused of being "quick to anger" after "inappropriate conduct" allegations were made against him while on set of "The Wonder Years" reboot.” - Foxnews.com

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News that Fred Savage was reportedly "quick to anger" has surfaced a week after he was fired from executive producing and directing ABC’s reboot of "The Wonder Years."

Sources that worked alongside Savage told People magazine that the director was "quick to anger," which took a toll on the people working with him. Savage is facing allegations of misconduct while on set of the ABC show.

"He works his crews pretty hard by always doing more takes than necessary," the insider told the outlet. "Some directors just overshoot. Sometimes they feel like they didn't get the performance or want to try another angle or things like that. He overshoots, and the days are longer, therefore giving more opportunities to snap at people." 

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